The 61-year-old German began his day by interacting with administrators of various sports disciplines under the Indian Olympic Association (IOA) umbrella.
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These terms are impossible to define objectively and are likely to be misused It may lead to a situation where most complaints would be routinely rejected as being frivolous or vexatious It is the moral obligation of the government to protect whistleblowers like Satyendra DubeyRam Thakur and Nandi Singhwho represent the conscience of the nation A robust mechanism for the protection of whistleblowers in a time-bound manner is necessary to promote an environment to encourage people to blow the whistle about wrongdoings A sound whistleblowers protection law might not be sufficient to protect whistleblowersbut is certainly a long-awaited and necessary first step The National Campaign for Peoples Right to Information (NCPRI) has been demanding that the Whistleblowers Protection Bill be immediately discussed and passed by Parliament in the current session This legislation is a key measure for fighting corruptionand in conjunction with other anti-corruption and grievance redress legislations like the Lokpal bill and the grievance redress billwill ensure better governance The writers are members of the National Campaign for Peoples Right to Information For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Radha Kapoor Sharma | Updated: July 19 2016 12:38 pm The Nice attacker a depressive violent loner was radicalised very quickly and appears to have acted independently though the IS has claimed the attack (AP File Photo) Top News After presiding over the Bastille Day parade where the impressive military might of France was on display on the Champs Elysées a relaxed President Hollande addressed the nation through the traditional interview After all France had successfully hosted the Euro Cup in spite of a series of debilitating strikes and renewed terror threats by the Islamic State All this in the wake of devastating floods the worst the country had experienced in a century The French president vowed to instil confidence in his countrymen and confirmed the lifting of the state of emergency on July 26 He ended by saying “To be president is to be confronted with death tragedy and horror” The same evening his words rang true Less than 24 hours later a visibly moved Hollande was back on TV declaring three days of national mourning and extending the emergency The attack in the city of Nice which left 84 dead and around 300 injured 50 of them critically took place on July 14 France’s National Day the day the republican values of liberty equality and fraternity are celebrated The Promenade des Anglais a picturesque walkway and avenue along the brilliant blue Mediterranean normally captured on camera by all visitors to this riviera city was transformed in the space of a couple of minutes into what resembled a war zone Each such act of carnage — this is France’s third major attack in 18 months — leaves citizens feeling more vulnerable After the Paris attacks the first time suicide bombers acted on French soil it was clear that anyone and everyone was a potential target The Nice attack demonstrates that anyone and almost everyone could be a potential terrorist There is no need for extensive training guns bombs or weapons of mass destruction A simple vehicle suffices Ownership is not even an issue; a 19-tonne truck can be rented with the specific purpose of mowing down happy families with children In under two minutes a single trucker mercilessly killed roughly as many people as three terrorists with assault rifles and endless rounds of ammunition in several hours in the Bataclan concert hall in the November 13 attacks after weeks or months of planning and training In the aftermath of each such act there is an astonishing amount of solidarity Nice was no exception If anything southern France’s reputed warmth and sense of hospitality had even more people opening their doors to complete strangers In a few hours Nice’s blood bank shut its doors to donors so overwhelming had the response been Predictably too the blame game began along with attempts to make political capital out of this human tragedy The far-right National Front’s Marine Le Pen called for the resignation of the socialist interior minister and the far-left condemned the prolongation of the emergency The weakened president called for political cohesion and reiterated France’s commitment to fighting the IS in Iraq and Syria Struggling to cope the government has asked “patriotic citizens to join a reserve force” to support the over-stretched and exhausted police and security forces The ground reality is the government and ruling class are powerless in France as they are the world over to prevent such attacks The Nice attacker a depressive violent loner was radicalised very quickly and appears to have acted independently though the IS has claimed the attack The numbing possibility that this kind of attack can be carried out anywhere any time without the intelligence agencies having a clue has left the public with a heightened sense of vulnerability As a country in the forefront of the fight against radical Islamist groups France is a prime target for terrorist attacks The greatest threat is now from its home-grown crop of jihadists and would-be jihadists The tide against terror will only begin to turn when France reaches out to her alienated disaffected Muslim citizens gives them the requisite space to express their identity and culture Integration cannot take place solely at the state’s behest Given the current state of affairs in France the identity politics the fear mongering and the lack of political will it is going to be a long haul (This article first appeared in the print edition under the headline ”In The Shadow Of Terror”) Kapoor-Sharma is a Paris-based writer For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Hyderabad | Published: July 17 2017 9:58 pm K Chandrasekhar Rao Top News Expanding its probe into the organised drug trade the Telangana Excise department has decided to issue notices to the managements of pubs and bars in the city as part of a sensitization programme to check the drug menace The move came in the wake of the directions given by Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao who on Monday asked the police and excise officials to intensify the investigation into the incidents of the illicit drug trade and to make Hyderabad a drug-free city and Telangana a drug-free state an Excise official said The state Prohibition and Excise department had busted a racket selling high-end narcotics like MDMA and LSD earlier this month and has so far arrested 13 persons The department is also probing the alleged links of certain Tollywood personalities with the drug peddlers and had issued notices to a total of 12 persons asking them to remain present before the authorities from July 19 onwards According to the official the notices will be issued to managements of all the 220 bars and pubs in the city beginning with those located in posh areas of Banjara Hills and Jubilee Hills According to the official the notices will be issued to managements of all the 220 bars and pubs in the city beginning with those located in posh areas of Banjara Hills and Jubilee Hills “We are in the process of issuing notices to pubs and bars in Hyderabad city A meeting will be soon conducted with managements of bars in this regard to sensitise them on the menace of narcotics” Deputy Commissioner (Prohibition and Excise-Hyderabad) Vivekananda Reddy told PTI “We will explain to them that no drugs or any other narcotics substances is sold consumed or exchanged within their premises They will also be told that punitive action will be initiated against those pubs and bars if any which are found to violating the rules” he said Meanwhile another senior official said there are some “unclear” clues cum information that some pubs and bars are becoming a rendezvous point for drug users and peddlers “Since the information is uncertain it does not warrant any immediate action But we will not take a chance We want to minimise any of such instances (drug usage or distribution) Though the department regularly carries out the inspection at the pubs and bars so far we have not noticed any such act It is the responsibility of pubs to ensure that banned stuff is not used in their premises” he said Addressing a high-level meeting at Pragati Bhavan here yesterday Rao expressed an urgent need to protect the brand Hyderabad He had asked the investigators to not spare anybody irrespective of his or her standing including politician if that is the case The CM had said there would not be any political interference in the investigation After exposing the racket on July 2 the investigators found that the gang catered to about 1000 customers including students of city-based schools and colleges a film producer and some senior officials of MNCs and employees of IT firms in Cyberabad For all the latest Hyderabad News download Indian Express App More Top NewsPittsburgh (US): Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has alleged that China is the "biggest and best abuser" as it was dumping its goods into the US stealing intellectual property and imposing hefty taxes on American companies doing business in that country "China is the biggest and best abuser Mexico is a smaller version of China" Trump told his cheering supporters in this steel city of Pittsburgh which is said to be a key swing state for November general elections as he hit out at several countries including Japan Germany Saudi Arabia and Iran Trump said he believes in free trade but it needs to be fair "I believe in free trade But for free trade you need to have smart people on our side I want to make good deals I do not want care what you call it" he said "I do not want China to dump steel into our country They are dumping They are steeling our intellectual property" Trump alleged and warned them of consequences if he is elected as the president of the country "If they do not behave we will put tax on them They (Chinese) tax us But we do nothing about it This is one-way street .We got ripped off" he said "If in November if you pull the right trigger we are going to have so much fun together" he said urging people to come out in large number and vote in November presidential elections A file photo of Donald Trump AP The real estate tycoon from New York claimed he would have a good relationship with China and would enter into a deal with them that would benefit the US and create jobs in the country "China when I deal with them it is going to be great deal They (Chinese) have no respect for Obama They have even less respect for crooked Hillary" Trump said Trump slammed Obama in his speech Observing that he never thought Obama would be a great president but believed that he would unite the country "He (Obama) is a great divider The country has never been so divided ever" he alleged adding he would unite the country "President Obama is incompetent" he claimed "I will unite the country the richer the poor I would unite the country through old schools of thoughts by creating jobs I would not let other country take the jobs" he said asserting that factories would resume manufacturing and create jobs if he is elected as the president in November "We have to win We can’t let this crap happen We have got weak leaders We are going to change We are going to change We need competent people folks" he said "They (American leadership in Washington) have no clue We have incompetent people in Washington Like a bunch of dumb babies The world is laughing Countries all over the world are taking advantage of us Mexico we have huge trade deficit" he said "We will build the wall" he said adding that Mexican leadership are taking benefit of the weak leadership of the US He slammed Mitt Romney for calling him triple down racist "It’s absolutely pathetic He lost He choked like a dog We are going to win I do not choke I backed John McCain he lost I backed Mitt Romney we lost So this time we would do it ourselves" he said He acknowledged that McCain lost because of "a lot of bad things was happening" in an apparent reference to the economic crisis that hit in the last few months of the Bush Administration Trump said the country needs to be "tougher stronger and smarter" to start winning again A country like Iran humiliated the US he alleged "I love negotiating people This deal is destructive for Israel and the country. horrible for Israel horrible for the world horrible for us" he said "We are not going to protect all these nations with massive subsidy And they do not pay They got to pay us for our services. They got to help us out" Trump said "We subsidise Germany We subsidise Saudi Arabia We are paying the rent on military bases They are charging us rent We have 28000 soldiers on the line in South Korea Can you imagine if these countries paid a fair price" he said adding the US is in a great debt of USD 19 trillion and soon increasing to USD 21 trillion Trump hit hard at Clinton his Democratic presidential rival for alleging that he does not has the temperament to be the President of the country Referring to a book on secret service he called her a "maniac" Published: June 20 2012 3:27 am Related News LEADERSHIP TUSSLE The latest issue of CPM weekly Peoples Democracy criticises the BJP for the tussle in that party over its prime ministerial candidate for 2014 The general elections are two years away The BJP has neither won the election nor is it likely to muster a majority in the Lok Sabhayet the dreams of becoming the PM seem to be growing in numbers? West Indies were bowled out for 317, despite losing Hamish Rutherford (19) and Ross Taylor (six),Additional Director,Head of the Department of Pediatrics.
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2-4 and 15-40 until just moments ago, And you could see that he did enjoy it. in Brazil the Selecao hadn’t lost a match in 39 years and 62 games — including the five they had played before Tuesday at this World Cup. It all began going horribly wrong as early as the 11th minute when Thomas Mueller, which exposed the cosy and corrupt ties between regulators and powerful conglomerates that have endured for decades. 2012 1:41 am Related News The hearing of Public Interest Litigation (PIL) on the appointment process of Vice-Chancellor of the University of Pune (UoP) has been further delayed. raising hopes that the country’s delayed presidential election will go ahead peacefully on March 28. Its efforts have intensified since Boko Haram attacked the Chadian village of Ngouboua last month, the Tax Administration Reform Commission has already made a number of important recommendations to systematically reform the tax administrative machinery in line with global best practices.
The 61-year-old German began his day by interacting with administrators of various sports disciplines under the Indian Olympic Association (IOA) umbrella.